Purpose built in the 1920's, Brooklyn Apartments is a unique and highly sought after art-deco style heritage building.
Close to everything
Walking distance to University, AUT and Law School. Minutes to motorway and easy stroll through Emily Park to central city.
BBQ and lawn area
Communal back lawn and BBQ area.
Secure, well maintained building with live in building manager.
Brooklyn apartments are situated at 66-70 Emily Place. Close to Auckland waterfront (City of Sails), Queen St (shopping), and Foodtown (supermarket).
Emily Place is a sought after location because it is and a quiet oasis in the city yet minutes to the hustle and bustle of Queen St and The Viaduct.
Brooklyn apartments offers charm and features not found in modern day apartments. It's Neo-Georgian and Art Decor decorative detailings makes the Brooklyn asthetically pleasing to look at.
In the late 1920's the Auckland city Council introduced new bylaws for multi-unit dwelings including daylighting requirements. The Brooklyn apartments like the Hampton Court was a bit of a test case for these new bylaws.
The architect was: A. Sinclair O' Connor and the Brooklyn apartments were build in 1929-1930.
Brooklyn Apartments is a large imposing apartment building which fits well into it's environment.
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